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URANIUM: Fission drills high grades north of Main zone

SASKATCHEWAN – Fission Uranium of Kelowna, BC, has drilled mineralized intervals in all 15 of the recent holes at its Patterson Lake South uranium property on the western edge of the Athabasca Basin. Better yet, a new high grade interval...



SASKATCHEWAN – Fission Uranium of Kelowna, BC, has drilled mineralized intervals in all 15 of the recent holes at its Patterson Lake South uranium property on the western edge of the Athabasca Basin. Better yet, a new high grade interval was cored 30 metres north of R600W.

Recent drilling has also allowed Fission to expand three zones. The strike length of the R600W Main zone has doubled to 60 metres, and the width has increased to 30 metres. The R780E high grade core has expanded on several lines, and the mineralized footprint of R1620E has grown to a strike length of 45 metres.

The best high grade intercepts, as measured with a hand-held scintillometer, came from several holes. Here are three of note:

            PLS15-369 (zone R780E) – 5.24 metres of mineralization >10,000 cps.

            PLS14-375 (zone R780E) – 5.08 metres of mineralization >10,000 cps.

            PLS15-367 (zone R600W) – 4.00 metres of mineralization >10,000 cps.

Please visit FissionUranium.com/project/pls/ to view updated maps and files from the PLS project.


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